BSDStats numbers (May 2007)

BSDStats.org is a website that records the numbers of PCs/servers running a particular BSD system. This is broken down per country, releases, drivers/HW stats, CPU stats, and port stats. Though these figures are interesting enough, they cannot be used for any...
BSDCan – BSD Conference

BSDCan – BSD Conference

BSDCan, a BSD conference held in Ottawa (Canada), is a yearly 2-day FreeBSD developers summit. In just three short years, BSDCan, has quickly established itself as the technical conference for people working on and with 4.4BSD based operating systems and related...
Comparing GNU/Linux and FreeBSD

Comparing GNU/Linux and FreeBSD

The Free Software Magazine has published today an article explaining the main differences between FreeBSD and GNU/Linux. This article is especially interesting for those who are (fairly) new to BSD and/or Linux. GNU/Linux is the most popular operating system built...
iXsystems acquires BSD Mall

iXsystems acquires BSD Mall

iXsystems, the company that sponsors the PC-BSD Project, announced today its acquisition of BSD Mall, a division of cyLogistics, that offers BSD-based CDs and DVDs for the FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Dragonfly and Darwin communities, as well as clothing, hats and other...

FreeBSD Summer of Code 2007

The FreeBSD Project will be taking part in the Google Summer of Code 2007 (SoC). This is a program set up by Google to fund students to contribute to an open source project over the summer break. This year the FreeBSD Project has received quite a number of high...